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Liberal Democrat MEP Catherine Bearder has strongly criticised an EU decision to continue to allow the import of lion hunting trophies from Tanzania, Zambia and Mozambique which was made public this week. The decision took place at a meeting of the EU’s Scientific Review group, where representatives from each EU country decide on whether hunting […]

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Flood sirens to be tested in Grimsby and Cleethorpes

by Steve Beasant on 27 August, 2014

The Environment Agency will be carrying out annual testing of its flood warning sirens in Grimsby and Cleethorpes next week. It has 18 flood warning sirens to warn residents of tidal flooding from the Humber. The sirens were installed in 2006 and are used to warn more than 25,000 households and businesses about imminent tidal […]

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Harrison House which is run by NAViGO Health and Social Care Services is looking for budding poets and singers – have you got the X-Factor to rock the house?  

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Get ready for summer with PHE heatwave plan

by Steve Beasant on 13 May, 2014

PHE releases guidance for the public and for health and social care professionals on managing the potential health effects of hot weather. The Heatwave Plan for 2014 is based around the Met Office Heat-Health Watch alert system which alerts the public and health and social care services to forecast and actual severe hot weather in […]

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Councils gear up for Christmas tree recycling push

by Steve Beasant on 4 January, 2014

As people prepare to take down their Christmas trees, local authorities across the land have sprung into action to offer collection or drop-off services so trees can be recycled. Recycling Christmas trees ultimately saves taxpayers money by reducing the amount of waste sent to landfill. The Local Government Association (LGA) estimates it costs the taxpayer […]

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Where to find help in a power cut

by Steve Beasant on 1 January, 2014

Contact details for electricity Distribution Network Operator companies If you experience a power cut you should contact the electricity Distribution Network Operator company that covers your area. Electricity Distribution Network Operator companies are responsible for maintaining the electricity supplies to our homes and businesses. Contact details for all the electricity Distribution Network Operator companies can […]

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On this page, you will find the latest information available from North East Lincolnshire Council regarding the current storm. Update: 1130 We have been advised by Thorpe Park that they are having to turn the water off at the Fitties as they have a major water leak. They are hoping that it will not be […]

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Estuary TV is the first local TV station to hit the airwaves

by Steve Beasant on 26 November, 2013

Estuary TV begins broadcasting Estuary TV today becomes the first local TV station to begin broadcasting. The station covers Grimsby and is the first of the 21 licensed stations to hit the airwaves. Once all 21 stations begin broadcasting they will cover around 12 million households. Local television services will create jobs and help local […]

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The next SkyRide Local guided bike ride in North East Lincolnshire is on Sunday 25 August starting in Grimsby. Titled “Fishermen and Trawlers”, this is a “steady” ride aimed at confident riders who want to branch out on the open road. This 12 mile ride is suitable for all ages, and starts at Grimsby Leisure […]

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Free family fun day in St James’ Square

by Steve Beasant on 22 August, 2013

Join the fun in St James’ Square, Grimsby, as a traditional Punch and Judy show comes to town this Friday, 23 August. The free family fun day runs from 10am to 3pm and includes a children’s craft workshop as well as the Punch and Judy show performing throughout the day. It will be a great […]

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